lab2report08 - LAB REPORT: Lab 2, Feedforward/Feedback...

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LAB REPORT: Lab 2, Feedforward/Feedback Control of Reaching General Comments : The reports should be typed and double spaced. The lab reports should be about 7-10 pages long, depending on the material, and follow the general format below. Don’t be limited by these notes – you might have other things to say in addition. Introduction: What is the question /domain of the investigation? How are reaching and grasping controlled? Could be either feedback control (visual information used to modify the movement during the reach) or feedforward control, ie subjects learn a fixed movement (stored action plan) associated with a location in the world that must be targeted. Both control strategies have limitations: feedback may be too slow; feedforward control can’t compensate for unexpected changes. Give examples of these problems from robotics examples shown in class. What happens when the target is moving? Feedback delays necessitate the use of prediction. Do eye movements have a role in learning to predict future position of the target? What is known?
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course PSY 341K taught by Professor Gilden during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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lab2report08 - LAB REPORT: Lab 2, Feedforward/Feedback...

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